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Rhonda Rider: 11 Works Inspired by the Grand Canyon

(BOSTON—September 6, 2011) The Boston Conservatory presents cellist and faculty member Rhonda Rider in a free encore pe

Introducing Cathy Young, New Dance Division Director

"We have an exciting opportunity to influence and reshape dance education at a national level."

Bon Appétit

Taj Boston adds “Boston Conservatory Opera Cake” to its dessert menu. For every piece of cake purchased, Taj Boston will donate a portion to The Boston Conservatory Scholarship Fund.

Boston Conservatory Presents Factory Girls

The Boston Conservatory Theater Ensemble presents a workshop production of Factory Girls, June 3-5, 2011 (8pm Friday-Saturday, 2pm on Sunday) at the Burgoyne Theater at Lowell High School in Lowell, MA and June 9-12, 2011 (8pm Thursday-Saturday, 2pm Sunday) at the newly-renovated Boston Conservatory Theater, 31 Hemenway St., in Boston’s Fenway neighborhood.

Boston Conservatory to Honor Tommy Tune & Diane Paulus

The Boston Conservatory will honor director, choreographer and performer Tommy Tune, as well as director Diane Paulus, at its 143rd commencement ceremony on Saturday, May 14 at 2 p.m. at the Back Bay Events Center in Boston. There will be 198 degrees awarded, including 119 Bachelors, 58 Masters, 18 Graduate Performance Diplomas and three Professional Studies Certificates. In addition The Boston Conservatory will present its Distinguished Alumni Award to Lily Afshar (BM, Guitar, ’81).

Launch of New Extension Program Series

Following the grand opening of its new theater complex in October 2010, The Boston Conservatory—the oldest performing arts conservatory in the nation—announces a new series of extension programs offering high school and collegiate intensives, professional development workshops and enrichment courses for both children and adults.

Boston Conservatory to Honor Tommy Tune at 10/16 Performance

The Boston Conservatory, the oldest performing arts conservatory in the nation, today announces Tommy Tune as the honoree and special guest at the celebratory performance commemorating the grand opening of the “Hemenway Project,” a $32 million, 16-month-long renovation of the Conservatory’s theater building, Saturday, October 16th.

Taj Boston & Boston Conservatory Announce "$6million Suite"

Are you a patron of the arts seeking a unique legacy opportunity in Boston? Consider this very exclusive offer: simply by booking the “$6 Million Dollar Suite” at Taj Boston for the weekend of October 15-17, 2010, your name will grace the dramatic new performance complex at The Boston Conservatory, Boston’s prestigious independent performing arts college offering undergraduate and graduate degrees in music, dance and musical theater.

Boston Conservatory Announces Grand Opening Performance

The Boston Conservatory, the oldest performing arts conservatory in the nation, today announces a series of celebratory performances and events to commemorate the grand opening of the Conservatory’s new and improved theater building. Marking the Conservatory’s first major facilities project in 50 years, the “Hemenway Project” is a $32 million, 16-month-long renovation and expansion project that effectively adds 16,000 new square feet of rehearsal and performance space to the building, as well as a completely renovated, state-of-the-art 300-seat theater with new orchestra pit, air conditioning and a host of technical upgrades and accoutrements.

The Boston Conservatory Announces Fall Season

The Boston Conservatory offers award-winning, affordable, high-quality performances by students, faculty and guest artists throughout the school year. Among the offerings for the fall 2010 season: new installments of the wildly popular "Piano Masters" and “String Masters” series, a festival of new music, the Dance Division celebrates Nikolais, Sweeney Todd, and Twelfth Night, plus performances of classical music, theater and opera, including programming specifically geared to children.

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